Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The Last Supper


  1. The Lord's table at "The Last Supper" almost has a 1960's hippie feel to it. The way Christ and the disciples are surrounded around the table and the wonderful texture and colors of the fabrics that they wear are what brings your unique perspective to a timeless story. I love your innovative expression.

  2. Olá Mica Joiner, amei o seu trabalho.

    Espero possuir uma obra sua .

    Não sei como, mas, irei conseguir.

    Até breve.

    Que o Senhor Jesus te proteja, abençoe e te ilumine.

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    Sculptor Marisol Escobar was inspired by The Last Supper, rendering it as a life-sized, three-dimensional, sculptural assemblage using painted and drawn wood, plywood, brownstone, plaster and aluminum. This work, Self-Portrait Looking at The Last Supper, (1982–84) is in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    How to get to thereto look at The Last Supper up close and personal:

    Tram 18-24: stop Corso Magenta - Santa Maria delle Grazie
    Metro MM1: stop Conciliazione or Cadorna
    Metro MM2: stop Cadorna

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